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1  She and Mr. Rochester sang a duet.
Jane Eyre By Charlotte Bronte
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2  Mr. Rochester did, on a future occasion, explain it.
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3  For several subsequent days I saw little of Mr. Rochester.
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4  She came here to a Christmas ball and party Mr. Rochester gave.
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5  Mr. Rochester is an amateur of the decided and eccentric: Grace is eccentric at least.
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6  In the midst of blaze and vapour, Mr. Rochester lay stretched motionless, in deep sleep.
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7  Mr. Rochester would have me to come in, and I sat down in a quiet corner and watched them.
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8  The present Mr. Rochester has not been very long in possession of the property; only about nine years.
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9  Mr. Rowland Rochester was not quite just to Mr. Edward; and perhaps he prejudiced his father against him.
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10  Mr. Rochester lay down on a sofa in a pretty room called the salon, and Sophie and I had little beds in another place.
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11  It was not till after I had withdrawn to my own chamber for the night, that I steadily reviewed the tale Mr. Rochester had told me.
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12  I sought in her countenance and features a likeness to Mr. Rochester, but found none: no trait, no turn of expression announced relationship.
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13  I both wished and feared to see Mr. Rochester on the day which followed this sleepless night: I wanted to hear his voice again, yet feared to meet his eye.
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14  Mr. Rochester must have been aware of the entrance of Mrs. Fairfax and myself; but it appeared he was not in the mood to notice us, for he never lifted his head as we approached.
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15  I did as I was bid, though I would much rather have remained somewhat in the shade; but Mr. Rochester had such a direct way of giving orders, it seemed a matter of course to obey him promptly.
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16  The hiss of the quenched element, the breakage of a pitcher which I flung from my hand when I had emptied it, and, above all, the splash of the shower-bath I had liberally bestowed, roused Mr. Rochester at last.
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17  Had Grace been young and handsome, I should have been tempted to think that tenderer feelings than prudence or fear influenced Mr. Rochester in her behalf; but, hard-favoured and matronly as she was, the idea could not be admitted.
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18  Leah brought it; she entered, followed by Mrs. Fairfax, who repeated the news; adding that Mr. Carter the surgeon was come, and was now with Mr. Rochester: then she hurried out to give orders about tea, and I went upstairs to take off my things.
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19  Old Mr. Rochester and Mr. Rowland combined to bring Mr. Edward into what he considered a painful position, for the sake of making his fortune: what the precise nature of that position was I never clearly knew, but his spirit could not brook what he had to suffer in it.
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20  One day he had had company to dinner, and had sent for my portfolio; in order, doubtless, to exhibit its contents: the gentlemen went away early, to attend a public meeting at Millcote, as Mrs. Fairfax informed me; but the night being wet and inclement, Mr. Rochester did not accompany them.
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